Assistant Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Dr. Shea Kidd Houze leads a discussion at this month’s Rocky Topics about natural hair and beauty.
Students and community member gather to engage in dialogue about issues facing black Americans.
McClung Museum hosted 90-minute sessions designed for K-12 students to give the chance for children to experience hands-on learning.
“Pancakes at Pendergrass” was hosted in the Pendergrass Library on Dec. 3. The event was a way for students to relax and take care of themselves as finals week starts.
There will be tons of events happening all around Knoxville this holiday season.
UTK faculty met to discuss William Egginton’s “The Splintering of the American Mind” before he come to speak on campus in January.